Police Reports

Assist complainant, CR 524. Extra patrols were ordered after deputies got a complaint about “an ongoing issue of mini and/or dirt bikes ... going up and down CR 524 all hours of day and night.”

Controlled substance, 2500 block of SE Stallings Dr. A driver pulled over by police for traffic violations was in possession of marijuana and was arrested.

Missing person, 100 block of Hurst Cir. Deputies dispatched to investigate a report of a missing person were gathering information when the person in question arrived at the house.

Burglary of a motor vehicle, 200 block of Cypress Ave. Someone reportedly broke into a vehicle and stole a cellphone.

Criminal mischief, 500 block of 785. A person reported that someone damaged the steering column of a vehicle.

Criminal trespass, 200 block of CR 4942. Someone allegedly trespassed at a home. Deputies took a report.

Theft, 100 block of CR 8111. Deputies took a report of property stolen from a home, possibly by a family member of the complainant.

Dog bite victim, 400 block of CR 112. A stray dog bit a boy. Deputies took a report, and animal control was contacted.

Agency assist, 1600 block of CR 136. A driver who nearly ran into deputies before veering of the road was arrested for being intoxicated.

Arrests included: Jamark Deian Griffin, 36, bail jumping and failure to appear, and failure to appear on a misdemeanor; Nikki Lashay Hamilton, 24, theft of property; Seprina Lashun Lathan, 47, theft of property by check; Gary Lynn Russell, 50, driving while intoxicated and possession of a dangerous drug.

SFA POLICE DEPARTMENT

No reports were filed.

JAIL POPULATION

As of 9 a.m. Thursday, there were 258 inmates at the Nacogdoches County jail. According to the Texas Commission on Jail Standards, the maximum population is 292.

NACOGDOCHES FIRE AND RESCUE

Medical assists on Texas Oak Street, E Starr Avenue, Old Lufkin Road, North Street, Sweetgum Street, NW Stallings Drive and Ridgeview Drive.

Smoke detector activation on Westward Drive.

Motor vehicle accident with injuries on South Street.

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